Online Only Event: We will send you a meeting link once you sign up .
In these sessions you’ll be able to access expert support and advice to help you manage the next few weeks/months successfully.
For many of our members, one to one, personal support has never been needed more than it is right now. In this BIMA Hangouts session, we’ll explore the vital role remote mentoring can play in general. And we’ll look at some of the ways joining our Mentoring programme remotely now could help you successfully navigate the next few months.
You’ll hear from experienced mentors about some of the ways they’ve supported mentees in the past and they’ll talk about what they get out of it. You’ll also hear from a mentee about their experience, and the practical difference mentoring has made to them.
Whether you need help, or you have the experience to offer it, this session is a vital first step in joining the next cohort.
The past few weeks have presented many new challenges, which have changed the way we work and communicate. For some we have found that we have more time, which allows for personal development – and mentoring is a perfect way to develop your skills.
Just understanding your options can help you to stay one step ahead. Our Hangouts sessions will cut through the rumour and misinformation and arm you with practical information you can put to work in your business.
Richard Robinson, Managing Director of Econsultancy
Richard is Managing Director of Econsultancy and specialises in accelerating modern marketing & digital transformation. Richard has worked internationally with The Coca-Cola Company, domestically with McDonald’s restaurants heading Adult and Family Marketing, and before Econsultancy was one of the four equity partners of Oystercatchers. In addition to working client-side Richard has worked for Publicis Worldwide where he led the agency’s P&G business in EMEA for several years.
Richard is a member of the BIMA 100 and an award-winning diversity advocate having been recognised by the Women’s Business Council, Campaign, Management Today, the Financial Times in challenging for an industry that is equal to all.
Jason Campbell, Business mentor to creative & digital agency owners & performance coach to senior executives, BIMA’s Resident Coach.
Jason Campbell is an Executive Performance Coach & Business Mentor to the Founders, Owners & Directors of SME’s through to the C-Suite Leaders, Senior Executives & Partners who drive some of the worlds largest brands.
Globally accredited, award-winning & with 30+ years experience, he has spent his career starting, turning around & running businesses with a consistent passion & focus on growth, performance, learning & development.
As an ILM (Institute of Leadership Management) BCA (Business Coaching Academy) & WABC (Worldwide Association of Business Coaches) accredited coach who also trains and assesses other senior executives and business coaches when they want to attain these accreditations, his ability to understand individuals & constructively challenge their thinking & performance delivers significant results.
Combine these skills with the fact that he has actually been there and done it. From designing and manufacturing a product in his bedroom at 19 that sold globally to turning several creative and digital agencies around that were struggling to survive or grow. His success and failures mean he has what is required to help his clients make the right kind of change.
Jess McMahon, Senior Marketing Manager & CRM Specialist at Reload Digital
London via Brisbane, Jess is the senior marketing manager & CRM Specialist at the multi-award winning digital agency, Reload Digital. Having worked within both Australian & EU markets across a variety of industries, Jess’ expertise lies in eCommerce growth working with global brands from ZOEVA cosmetics to local boutiques such as YAWN Pyjamas.
Your data is important to us and we’re committed to protecting it. We have updated our policy to make it easy for you to understand your choices and the control you have over your data. Please review here.
Wed, 08 Apr 2020
10:00 - 11:00